“The Next Day” by Anne M. Freeman

"The Next Day" - copyright Anne M. Freeman

“The Next Day” – copyright Anne M. Freeman


The bright side of a snow storm.  Fortunately, we were on the lower end of the snow scale here in New Jersey.  My families in Connecticut and Maine are buried.  My drive was plowed at 6:00 a.m. and my walks were shoveled by a neighbor.  Life is Good.


Anne Freeman Images

“The Art of the Outdoors”


4 thoughts on ““The Next Day” by Anne M. Freeman

  1. I was hoping pics of Nemo’s aftermath would start appearing from the northern bloggers I follow…..yours is the first!
    Glad you came through unscathed and shared this beautiful image. 🙂

  2. Thank you! That was so thoughtful … and I’m glad you enjoyed the pix. Last night was magical – there was a “freezing fog” during a perfect snowfall, light flakes and no wind, so they drifted down through the white air. Wish I had the equipment for a night pix – it would have been amazing!

  3. Even less than that here. No need to shovel. Just watching out for patches of ice. Whoops!
    Lucky you to have such nice neighbors. That’s usually us on the other end of the shovel while the neighbors wrap up a bottle of wine in payment 😉

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